Scrabble word: WORK
In which Scrabble dictionary does WORK exist?
Definitions of WORK in dictionaries:
- noun - activity directed toward making or doing something
- noun - a product produced or accomplished through the effort or activity or agency of a person or thing
- noun - the occupation for which you are paid
- noun - applying the mind to learning and understanding a subject (especially by reading)
- noun - (physics) a manifestation of energy
- noun - a place where work is done
- noun - the total output of a writer or artist (or a substantial part of it)
- verb - exert oneself by doing mental or physical work for a purpose or out of necessity
- verb - be employed
- verb - have an effect or outcome
- verb - perform as expected when applied
- verb - shape, form, or improve a material
- verb - give a workout to
- verb - proceed along a path
- verb - operate in a certain place, area, or specialty
- verb - proceed towards a goal or along a path or through an activity
- verb - move in an agitated manner
- verb - cause to happen or to occur as a consequence
- verb - cause to work
- verb - prepare for crops
- verb - behave in a certain way when handled
- verb - have and exert influence or effect
- verb - operate in or through
- verb - cause to operate or function
- verb - provoke or excite
- verb - gratify and charm, usually in order to influence
- verb - make something, usually for a specific function
- verb - move into or onto
- verb - make uniform
- verb - use or manipulate to one's advantage
- verb - find the solution to (a problem or question) or understand the meaning of
- verb - cause to undergo fermentation
- verb - go sour or spoil
- verb - arrive at a certain condition through repeated motion
- Physical or mental effort or activity directed toward the production or accomplishment of something.
- A job; employment: looking for work.
- A trade, profession, or other means of livelihood.
- Something that one is doing, making, or performing, especially as an occupation or undertaking; a duty or task: begin the day’s work.
- An amount of such activity either done or required: a week’s work.
- The part of a day devoted to an occupation or undertaking: met her after work.
- One’s place of employment: Should I call you at home or at work? 5.
- Something that has been produced or accomplished through the effort, activity, or agency of a person or thing: This story is the work of an active imagination.
- Full action or effect of an agency: The sleeping pills did their work.
- An act; a deed: “I have seen all the works that are done under the sun; and, behold, all is vanity” (Ecclesiastes 1:14).
- An artistic creation, such as a painting, sculpture, or literary or musical composition; a work of art.
- A fortified structure, such as a trench or fortress.
- Needlework, weaving, lacemaking, or a similar textile art.
- A piece of such textile art.
- A factory, plant, or similar building or complex of buildings where a specific type of business or industry is carried on.
- The manner, style, or quality of working or treatment; workmanship.
- The transfer of energy from one physical system to another, especially the transfer of energy to a body by the application of a force that moves the body in the direction of the force.
- The full range of possibilities; everything.
- A thorough beating or other severe treatment.
- To exert oneself physically or mentally in order to do, make, or accomplish something.
- To be employed; have a job.
- To function or operate in the desired or required way: The telephone hasn’t worked since the thunderstorm.
- To have a given effect or outcome: Our friendship works best when we speak our minds.
- To have the desired effect or outcome; prove successful: This recipe seems to work.
- To exert an influence.
- To arrive at a specified condition through gradual or repeated movement: The stitches worked loose.
- To proceed or progress slowly and laboriously: worked through the underbrush.
- To move in an agitated manner, as with emotion: Her mouth worked with fear.
- To behave in a specified way when handled or processed: Not all metals work easily.
- To ferment.
- To strain in heavy seas so that the joints give slightly and the fastenings become slack.
- To sail against the wind.
- To undergo small motions that result in friction and wear: The gears work against each other.
- To cause or effect; bring about: working miracles.
- To cause to operate or function; actuate, use, or manage: worked the controls; can work a lathe.
- To shape or forge: worked the metal into a sculpture.
- To make or decorate by needlework: work a sampler.
- To solve (a problem) by calculation and reasoning.
- To knead, stir, or otherwise manipulate in preparation: Work the dough before shaping it.
- To bring to a specified condition by gradual or repeated effort or work: finally worked the window open; worked the slaves to death.
- To make, achieve, or pay for by work or effort: worked her way to the top; worked his passage on the ship.
- To arrange or contrive.
- To make productive; cultivate: work a farm.
- To cause to work: works his laborers hard.
- To excite or provoke: worked the mob into a frenzy.
- To gratify, cajole, or enchant artfully, especially for the purpose of influencing: The politician worked the crowd.
- To use or manipulate to one’s own advantage; exploit: learned how to work the system; worked his relatives for sympathy.
- To carry on an operation or a function in or through: the agent who works that area; working the phones for donations.
- To ferment (liquor, for example).
- To insert or introduce: worked in a request for money.
- To make an opening for, as in a schedule: said the doctor would try to work her in.
- To cause to be inserted by repeated or continuous effort.
- To insert or introduce into.
- To make an opening for (someone or something) in: worked a few field trips into the semester’s calendar.
- To cause to be inserted in by repeated or continuous effort: worked the pick into the lock.
- To accomplish by work or effort.
- To find a solution for; solve: worked out the equations; worked out their personal differences.
- To formulate or develop: work out a plan.
- To discharge (an obligation or a debt) with labor in place of money.
- To prove successful, effective, or satisfactory: The new strategy may not work out.
- To have a specified result: The ratio works out to an odd number.
- To engage in strenuous exercise for physical conditioning.
- To exhaust (a mine, for example).
- To do for a second time; rework.
- To inflict severe physical damage on; beat up.
- To arouse the emotions of; excite.
- To increase one’s skill, responsibility, efficiency, or status through work: worked up to 30 sit-ups a day; worked up to store manager.
- To intensify gradually: The film works up to a thrilling climax.
- To develop or produce by mental or physical effort: worked up a patient profile; worked up an appetite.
- Engaged in labor; working: I’m at work on a new project now.
- These nouns refer to physical or mental effort expended to produce or accomplish something.
- verb - to exert one's powers of body or mind for some purpose
There are 4 letters in WORK: K O R W
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